This year’s programme provides an exciting collection of films looking at the way in which Japanese filmmakers have been observing and capturing people’s lives, and how people persevere, negotiate and reconcile with the environment and situation they live in.
Brothers Gummi and Kiddi are sheep farmers living on neighbouring farms in remote rural Iceland, who haven’t spoken to each other for 40 years. Following an outbreak of a potentially lethal disease among the country’s sheep, they must reunite to save their way of life.
The first UK solo presentation of works by Betty Woodman, one of the most important contemporary artists working with ceramics today. The exhibition focuses on work Woodman has created in the last ten years, including a number of major new mixed media pieces.
This archival display documents the 1974 ICA exhibition Art into Society – Society into Art: Seven German Artists, a key part of an ICA season called the German Month, which drew on the notion of an ‘active’ process.